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Think Big. Work Hard. Achieve.
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Read about successful K-12 initiatives for expanding access to advanced courses, as well as articles on how states and higher education institutions are combating food insecurity and social mobility.
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Advocates report on inequities among the nation’s public schools, and higher ed discusses affordability and experiences for students with financial need.
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This week's articles cover support for high-achieving students with financial need:
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Research informs new approaches for promoting growth mindset and helping students to and through college.
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Addressing public school segregation sparks debate and in higher ed, students lead the discussion on resources for supporting success.
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12 nonprofit organizations from Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC will receive a total of $250,000 – the largest amount ever awarded from the Cooke Foundation's Good Neighbor Grant program. http://bit.ly/2I6lZBf
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How education leaders are working to increase support for high-achieving students with financial need:
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Policy wonks interpret the Nation’s Report Card, and student hunger and challenges for first-generation college students are discussed in higher ed.
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Announcing this year's 47 recipients of the Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship!

Each Cooke Scholar will receive up to $40,000 annually to complete their bachelor’s degree, along with comprehensive educational advising. See a full list of the #CookeScholars2018 here: http://bit.ly/2v1loxI
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Separate groups of researchers study food insecurity among children and on college campuses. Emergency grants and improvements to federal financial aid policies are also discussed.
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